Many Visitors in Capital
Mr. and Mrs. John Steele Are Guests of
1 Former Representative Beck.
Former Representative and Mrs.
fames F. Beck have as their guests
over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Steele
of New York.
Mrs. J. Hutchison Scott of Phila
delphia, niece of Mrs. Beck, will ar
rive the middle of the week to visit
Mrs. Russell William Magna, presi
dent general of the D. A. R., has ar
rived in Washington and established
headquarters at the Mayflower for
the duration of her stay until .he
latter part of the month. Sessions
of the forty-fourth continental con
gress will begin on Monday. April 15,
and continue throughout the week.
Judge and Mrs. J. T. Downs of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. are passing a short
time at the Carlton.
Maj. and Mrs. Charles T. Estes of
Chicago are again in town for a few
days and are at the Wardman Park
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. O’Connor have
returned to Washington from a three
month’s stay in Florida and will be
at the Mayflower until just before
Easter, when they are leaving for
their home in Buffalo, N. Y. They
will again be in the Capital early
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Stirling Putzki
are at the Villa Margherita in Charles
ton, S. C.
Mrs. Levi Cooke, accompanied by
her daughters, Miss Polly Cooke and
Miss Virginia Cooke, returned last
week from an early Spring visit at
Hot Springs, Va., where they were
at the Homestead.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richard Bry
arly have returned to their home at
23 Primrose street in Chevy Chase,
Md., from Miami Beach, where they
spent the Winter. Mr. and Mrs.
Bryarly spent a short time at the
Shoreham while opening their house.
Miss Louise McKirdy, a junior at
the University of Pittsburgh, will ar
rive April 18, to spend her Easter
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James M. McKirdy at their
home at 1529 Forty-Fourth street.
Miss McKirdy has the lead in the
Spring production of the university,
“March Hares,’’ and is a member
of Pi Tau Phi, scholastic honorary
society, and of Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Mrs. J. Nelson McKim, accompanied
by Miss Dora Dunlap of Montreal,
Canada, is a guest at the Dodge.
Mrs. Katharyn Collins Fuqua and
her daughter, Miss Katharyn Fuqua,
returned to Washington last week
from New York City where they have
been spending several weeks, and they
are in their apartment at the Ward
man Park Hotel for the 8prlng sea
Mrs. Philip A. Doherty of Brooklyn,
N. Y., is at the Mayflower for an in
definite stay having arrived in Wash
ington Thursday from Palm Beach
and Miami. Her son, Mr. Philip A.
Doherty. jr„ who attended Georgetown
University a year or two ago, will
probably join her here for a few
days. On Friday, Mrs. Doherty at
tended the tea given by Mrs. Roose
velt at the White House.
Miss Lillian Krauthoff. who has been
visiting her brother. Brig. Gen. Charles
R. Krauthoff, at the Shoreham, has
returned to her home in Kansas City.
Mrs. J. Newton Gibson has returned
to her apartment in the Chastleton
from Daytona Beach. Fla.
Mr. Robert S. Doyle and his room
mate, Mr. William Steckel of New
York, have returned to Duke Univer
sity after a short visit with the for
mer’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Doyle
of 3725 Jocelyn street.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ivey Whitlock
and their daughter, Miss Marilyn
Whitlock, are at the Shoreham to re
main over Sunday, having come from
their home at Elizabeth, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Wrong of
Toronto are spending a week in Wash
ington at the Martinique.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gabrio of Co
lumbus, Ohio, are visiting Miss Alice
Tynan at the Wardman Park Hotel for
a few days’ stay.
Miss Dora Danziger of Houston,
Tex., is the guest of Miss Gertrude
Bornet in her apartment at Wardman
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jordan of Tryon.
N. C., are at the Dodge for a week’s
Miss Eleanor Brett, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harrie L. Brett of Needham,
Mass., will arrive in Washington Fri
day morning, April 18. to spend the
Easter holidays with her cousins. Miss
Jane Elizabeth Newton and Miss Har
riet Louise Newton, at the Chastleton
Miss Brett attended the Walnut Hill
School in Nateck, Mass., and was grad
uated from the National Cathedral
School of Washington in 1930 and the
fashionable secretarial Katherine
Gibbs School in Boston, Mass., in 1932.
Mrs. C. A. Weyerhaeuser of St. Paul.
Minn., accompanied by her son. is
spending several days at the Dodge.
Mrs. Weyerhaeuser is in the Capital for
the Coolidge Music Festival at the
Library of Congress.
Wife of Speaker
To Meet Jerseyites
Mrs. Edward A, Kenney, wife of
Representative Kenney of New Jersey,
will entertain at dinner this evening
at 8 o'clock in the Chinese room of
the Mayflower in compliment to the
New Jersey delegates who arrived in
Washington Thursday to attend the
meeting of the National Women’s
Democratic Clubs and affiliated
groups. Guests will be received in
the Pan-American room and dinner
served in the Chinese room.
Mrs. Joseph W. Byms, wife of the
Speaker of the House, has been in
vited to be present, and those from
the congressional group include Mrs.
Mary T. Norton. Mrs. Virginia E.
Jenckes, Mrs. Isabella Greenway,
Mrs. Caroline ODay, Mrs. Edward C.
Eicher, Mrs. Prank E. Hook, Mrs.
James M. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. William
Rogers and Mrs. William H. Sutphin.
Also Frau von Boetticher, wife of
the military attache of the German
Embassy: Senora de Azcarate, wife of
the military attache of the Spanish
Embassy: Mrs. Stephen Early. Mrs.
Charles Golden: Mrs. Frank Fuller,
Mrs. Samuel Herrick. Miss Mary Hall,
Mrs. Martin McNamara, Mrs. Con
auelo Andrew Seone.
The guests of honor from New
Jersey Include Mrs. J. M. Keating,
president of the Berger County Wom
en’s Democratic Club; Mrs. Edward
Carter of Tenafly, Mrs. Margaret Hof
ener and Mrs. H. C. Hofener of Wood
ridge, Mrs. L. M. Savier of Lyndhurst,
Mrs. D. A. McNulty and Miss J. A.
Gotlon of Richfield Park. Mrs.
Blanche Saffin and Mrs. Mort L.
O'Connell of Hackensack. Mrs. Grace
Keller of Bergerfield, Mrs. John Gor
man of Dumont, Mrs. Robert Murphy
of Glen Rock, Mrs. A. Delmar and
Mrs. Edna A. Rooney of West Engle
wood and Mrs. K. Van Wagner of
Benefit Card Party
In Corby Home
Mrs. William S. Corby recently
opened her imposing home on Chevy
Chase Circle to a large evening
bridge party for the benefit of the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Garfield
Memorial Hospital. There were about
800 guests present.
Club Entre Nous Will
Entertain for Charity
A gala social event In club circles
will be the philanthropic card party
given by the Club Entre Nous in the
sun room of the Washington Hotel
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Each
Spring Mrs. Charles P. Keyser, presi
dent, plans this annuel party at cherry
blossom time, when guests who play
bridge for charity, may get the beau
tiful shadowy view of the blossoms
from the sun room overlooking Po
Mrs. Otis J. Rodgers and Mrs.
William Sault of the Ticket and Prize
Committee will provide an award for
each table and special door prizes.'
donated by an interested firm, will
be given to the holder of the good
Other committee chairman are Mrs.
William W. Scott, Mrs. Algernon
Roukin Bailey, Mrs. Miles Trowbridge,
Mrs. John King. Mrs. James Baity,
Mrs. James Underwood, Mrs. Charles
Ferguson. Mrs. Robert Lyons and
Mrs. William Walton Badgley, who
will arrange the tables and have
charge of the candy booth.
The patronesses are Mrs. Clyde j
Williams, Mrs. Clarence Cannon, Mrs.
Edwin Puller. Mrs. Thomas J.
Cochran. Mrs. Cleveland Newton. St.
Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Robert L. Ram
say of West Virginia. Guests ar
rangements may be made at the
entrance to the sunroom on the top
floor of the Washington Hotel on
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Hostess at Tea This Afternoon
Signora di Girolamo, who, with her husband, the chancellor
of the Italian Embassy, icill entertain at tea this afternoon in
honor of Signor Edmondo Pizzella, well-known pastel painter,
and. Signor Enrico Cerracchio. celebrated sculptor. Works of
the'artists will be on exhibit at the tea. The picture of Signora
di Girolamo is a copy by Harris-Ewing of a painting by Signor
For April Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Haig
of Bethesda, Md„ have issued invita
tions for the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Harriett Pinckney Haig, to
Mr. Richard St. Clair Green, jr.
The wedding will take place Wed
nesday, April 24. at 8:30 p.m . in St.
Thomas' Episcopal Church, Washing
Miss Haig has chosen as her at
tendants her cousin. Miss Clara Grace
Haig of Philadelphia, as maid of
honor; Mrs. William P. Trail of
Washington, matron of honor; and as
bridesmaids. Miss Elizabeth Offutt.
Miss Florence Davis. Miss Mildred
Bursley and Miss Rosamond Hunt of
Bethesda. and her cousins. Miss Mar
garet M. Haig of Wilmington. Del.,
er.d Miss Minna K. Haig of Phila
delphia. The flower girls will be
Christine Kennedy, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Kennedy of Battery
Park. Md.. and Mary Margaret Trail,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William P.
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Mrs. Johnson Guest
At Bethesda Club
Mrs. John Otto Johnson will be the
guest speaker at the meeting of the
Woman’s Club of Bethesda Tuesday
at 2 o'clock p.m. at the club house.
Mrs. Johnson will discuss “Current
Plays.” Hostesses at tea include Mrs.
Reginald B. Looker. Mrs. Edwin C.
Brandenburg. Mrs William E. Lee.
Mrs. Edward L. Morrison, Mrs. M.
Wilson Offutt, Mrs. Hugh B. John
son, Mrs De Witt Smith. Mrs. John
P. McDonald. Mrs. Frank Romer. Mrs.
Edward Cherrington and Mrs. David
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Lyon Village Women
Hear Boy Octet Sing
Woman's Club of Lyon Village were
entertained on April 3 at the home of
Mrs. Emil K. Melin, with Mrs. Howard
D. Lightbody as co-hostess. The reg
ular business was set aside so that the
club might hear the octet of boys’
voices from Elliott Junior High School,
under the leadership of Miss Bonell.
render many beautiful numbers and
ending with a Chinese story in cos
tume. which was greatly appreciated.
Mr. John Paul Jones, who was ac
companied at the piano by his mother.
Mrs. Harry S. Jones, sang many re
quest numbers* This musical pro
gram was under the leadership of Mrs.
Josegh Haley. Refreshments were
serve3 by the hostess and the co
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Famous Explorer at
Silver Spring Home
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard'Hubbard of
Silver Spring, Md., had as a guest
Mr. Amos Burg, noted lecturer and
explorer. During his stay here Mr.
Burg gave a lecture before the Na
tional Geographic Society on his trip
In a 26-foot boat around Cape Horn.
Mrs. A. E. Biggs and Mrs. S. M.
Belfleld of Silver Spring. Md., enter
tained a company of 37 at tea Thurs
day afternoon at Mrs Biggs' home
when Mrs. John J. Dolan poured tea.
Mrs. Biggs has lust returned from
Florida, where she passed three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Heron Milne
of North Woodside, Md., are passing
the week end at Grand View Heights,
Pen Mar, Md., where they are opening
their cottage for the season.
Mrs. George Harmon entertained at
bridge at her home In Woodside, Md.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Skehan of Silver
Spring. Md., have as their guests Mrs.
Skehan’s sister, Mrs. Emma Schattel,
and Mrs. Rena Thomas of Richmond,
Ind. They expect to remain here for
several weeks and on their return
will be accompanied by Mrs. Skehan's
mother, Mrs. Mary I. Markle, who has
spent 18 months In Silver Spring.
Mrs. Skehan entertained at a party
for her daughter Jacqueline Saturday,
the occasion being her eighth birthday
Mrs. R. M. Heiser has returned to
her home In Silver Spring, Md., from
Duke University, where she spent sev
eral months with her parents, Dr.
Wanamaker, dean of the university,
and Mrs. Wanamaker. Mr. Heiser has
returned from a business trip to
Mrs. I. M. Shumate entertained at
a tea Monday afternoon at her home
In Woodside Park, Md.
Mrs. A. L. Hemphill returned Wed
nesday evening to her home in Silver
Spring. Md., after passing two weeks
in Houston, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Crockett
entertained a company of 18 at their
home in Silver Spring Tuesday night
in honor of their daughter, Betty
Ann, who celebrated her thirteenth
Party for June Bride
In Abendschein Home
A shower was given by Mrs. Walter
Abendschein at her home last evening
for Miss Adele Kline of Washington,
whose marriage to Mr. George Med
dler of Chevy Chase, Md., will take
place in June.
Missouri Society to
The Missouri State Society will hold
the final reception and dance for the
season at the 8horeham Hotel the
evening of Wednesday, April 17, at
8:30 o'clock. Mr. John B. Gordon,
president, will preside and present
the program. Mrs. Howard Bailey,
vice president general; Mrs. Mortimer
Platt, State regent, and Mrs. Clyde
Henderson Porter, State vice regent
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution and the delegates and al
ternates, in attendance at the D. A.
R. Congress, will be guests of honor
and will be received by the Missouri
Daughters who are members of the
Missouri State Society, acting as
hostesses for the evening, among
whom are included Mrs. W. W. Badg
ley, Mrs. Roy A. Porterfield, Mrs.
Charles P. Keyser and Mrs. Grattan
Mrs. Emily Newell Blair will be the
speaker. Mr. Harlan Stone will be
the soloist with Mr. Stewart Dickson
as accompanist. Mrs. Richard M.
Duncan, chairman of entertainment,
will be assisted by Mrs. Julian
Friant, Mrs. L. H. Hannah and Rep
itsentatlve R. M. Duncan in arrang
ing further program numbers.
Mrs. John J. Cochran, chairman of
reception and hospitality, will be as
sisted by Mrs. Clyde Williams and
Mrs. Clarence Cannon. Dancing will
begin at 10 o'clock. Mr. Craig L.
Reddish, secretary, will have cards of
acmission for non-members at the
entrance to the west ball room. All
Missourians are Invited.
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Luncheon in May “
The Delphian Society, a national
Educational Organization numbering
about 400 in the District, will hold
their annual luncheon May 11 at the
The speaker for the occasion will be
the well-known globe trotter and lec
turer, Miss Janet Richards. Mrs.
Ruth Snodgrass Is the chairman of
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